Francis Phillips

Francis Phillips reviews The Crossway, by Guy Stagg

Beauty and Christianity are intertwined – as the Bruderhof, and Roger Scruton, appreciate

As a new book reminds us, Blessed Miguel Pro was a high-spirited man who gave everything to Christ – including his last moments

Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski said physical work was a true calling for Christians

Gerard Manley Hopkins’s conversion did not lead him to write conventional religious verse

Etty Hillesum’s diaries document her spiritual awakening in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands

A collection of ‘Letters That Changed the World’ is a very mixed bag

A new book urges us to rediscover the art of dying well

Angels are real, and constantly at work in the world on our behalf at the behest of God

Pope Pius X’s Secretary of State was a man of remarkable humility